Merits for the week ending 6 July 2018

Grade 1K
Tavonga Mujuru for speaking more clearly.
Ayibongwe Ncube for being friendly and interested in others.
Ivainashe Tembo for beautiful neat work.
Acacia Watson for great comprehension skills

Grade 1L
Rahim Abbasi for good story writing and excellent illustrations.
Kathryn Lowe, Conrad Fulton and Solomon Chatima for dynamite number work!

Grade 1T
Liam Rauch, Cullen van Blerk and Ashton Stanley for very good work in the ‘Search and Teach’ sessions.
Ugochukwu Onwuchukwu, Amara King, Vanaishe Marima and Mbongeni Nkala for neat handwriting.

Grade 2D
Nicole Kumalo for lovely art work.
Jonty Anders for good reading.
Buhle Mpofu and Aidan Hughes for trying very hard in class.

Grade 2T
Christopher Mushore for effort in mental number.
Babongile Ncube for being so kind.
Colt Hodgson for progress in all areas of number.
Caleb Crawford for excellent work in all subjecs.

Grade 2W
Eugene Ndlovu for trying to work faster.
Lia Pinto Da Cunha for a lovely story and news.
Valerie Vuma for trying to read with expression.

Grade 3S
Timude Dzwairo and Frederick Moyo for lovely reading this week.
Nkateko Chauke-Lazaro and Amalsha Ncube for good content work and being helpful in class.

Grade 5M
Grace Murendo for fantastic Religious and Moral Education work.
Mario Gomes for effort in voice projection during play practice.

Grade 5DB
Chase Lindley and Ruvarashe Vusango for helping the children in their groups.

Grade 5J
Benjamin Burns for fantastic work on fractions.
Gabriel Marumahoko for his improved attitude to all his work.

Ndebele
Jack Love (3K) for good work in plurals.
Michaela Drummond (4G) for improved vocabulary.
Daniel Conolly (4G) for participating actively in discussions.
Joshua Blignaut (7NE) for being more focused this week.
Byrone Sithole (4VW) for improved reading this week.

 

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